The Royal Opera’s intriguingly staged Manon had all the trappings of success including a soprano at the top of her game, and a tenor on the brink of his fame.
Pl·cido Domingo isn’t a tenor, a baritone or even a singer. He’s a phenomenon. Dozens stood by the stage door at the Royal Opera House to greet him with bouquets.
Baritone Austin Kness, an Adler Fellow at San Francisco Opera recently spoke with Opera Today critic Michael Milenski.